Geographical technology transfer Inc
Pennsylvania State University
Ralph C. Hanke
Bowling Green State University - College of Business Administration
Outcast Media Inc.
The conversion of university research into economic growth is vital for the future of many nations. In order to improve the efficiency of this transfer, we have looked at the effectiveness of technology transfer activity in the USA. Our research indicates that universities that are not located in a region with a supportive innovation system should modify their mission and methods for technology transfer. Using both quantitative and qualitative methods, the authors develop an overview of the problem and recommend three new strategies for effective technology transfer including the application of regional dynamic knowledge networks.
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You are confusing technology making people's
with technology making PEOPLE better
MAN still does the same stupid stuff he did when he lived in caves...he still hates, he still is violent, he still murders, he still rapes, he still envies...the only difference now is technology allows him to do his dirt quicker, more efficiently, and over a wider geographical area
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